Saturday, December 12, 2009

Happy Hanukkah




I Would like to Wish all of the Jewish readers of this blog, a Happy Hanukkah {Of which today is Day two} and apologize for perhaps not properly representing the various religions here on Save The Croissants.com.  As a Christian {I Suppose,} I can only Look upon Judaism from the outside. But, Happy Hanukkah anyway,

The Lego® Minifigures are {From Left to right} Three Rather Blank-Faced Men singing carols in Român, Von TipRău as the conductor,  Zachary Morton Smith {Dr. Smith's Father} and Dr. Smith himself.   


.שָׁלוֹם


-=Best Regards=-


Sir Jacob D. Fredrickson Esq.

Chief Executive Officer of Early Bird Industries, Inc.





Holiday Gift Guide Vol. 1


I Have Been Afraid of posting lately, mostly out of shame from the catashtrophe that is my errant sidebar.

But in the Mood of the season, I have Decided to bring you a few of my favorite ideas for Christmas/other Holiday that incorpoates gift giving/anytime.

All of these items I can personally vouch for the quality, and/or own myself.  I'm not getting any from the sales of these itmes, although that would be awesome. The images are links to the product's page.

1.  A Book.



Everyone loves Books!  I Have used this particular one as an  example as Mr. Pratchett is my new favorite author,  and this one was Christmas-Themed.  Some people may swear by those newfangled e-readers, but I have tried them in the stores and such, and they are Quite lame.  Really, you can't beat the classics.
Generally USD$8.00 or so for Pratchett books, but price will vary by book. 

2. A Hat.


This Particular Hat is My Daily, I have crushed it, Packed it, stuffed it inside my coat to protect it from high winds, worn it thoroughly, probably sat on it and even used it as a pillow once, and as it is a Crushable it still retains its shape.  But Be warned,  it can be wet. but if it is raining torrentially, bring a brolly.  In Heavy Rain It Shrinks, see.  But it has a Puggaree {Sweatband}  so  only the crown shrinks, giving it a strange lopsided look. But thorough soaking could perhaps turn it into a whole new hat entirely… But to protect your invstment always Bring A Brolly.

USD$49.00, but black is on sale for USD$24.00.

3. Any Apple Product.



Everyone loves apple, {Right?} and with the diverse range of Apple Products, there is a Product for every Budget. I would go with an iPhone or Macbook Pro. {they have 13" Macbook Pros Now!}
iTunes USD$free.
Other Apple Products: USD$59.00-$3,299.00

4. LEGO®



I Personally love LEGO®, and they  come in all sizes, but for this holiday season I Would recommend the advent calender.  I Have Been Opening a door every day, and it has been shaping up nicely!

USD$29.99

5. Umbrella.


This is my umbrella, manufactured by the Totes Co. of Cincinnati Ohio.  It Is not the most Sturdy of Brollies, but with a lifetime {Yours, not its} guarantee you could have an umbrella forever, for only $12.99. But only if you are alright with Not having an umbrella for two to three weeks at a time as they repair/replace it.  available at Targets® Everywhere. {Although I Can only vouch for the U.S. Targets®.

USD$12.99

That's all I Can think of at the Moment. But look out for More posts along a similar Vein soon.


-=Best Regards=-


Sir Jacob D. Fredrickson Esq.

Chief Executive Officer of Early Bird Industries, Inc.

 

PostScript:  I Do Not get paid y any of the products advertised here: But I do enjoy them.





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